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IEEE Sensors Roundtable Meeting:

Focus on Resolving Interoperability and Cybersecurity Issues for IoT-Enabled Sensor Devices

  14-15 September 2022 | AT&T Hotel and Conference Center, Austin, TX

ABOUT THE ROUNDTABLE:

 

Internet of Things (IoT) sensors have experienced explosive growth during the last decade and are poised for continued mass-scale adoption in smart cities, industrial IoT, healthcare, and the automotive industry, including the oncoming autonomous vehicles markets. The explosive growth has exposed issues that are beginning to plague the industry.

 

Network interoperability and cybersecurity are the two most important issues consistently identified in industry surveys and market reports. These issues represent the biggest impediments to market growth - adding implementation costs, impeding system-wide cybersecurity solutions, and leading to closed-loop systems that hinder free-market competition. Another major concern is that devices with IoT sensors are not positioned to take full advantage of the IoT.

 

In the effort to address these challenges, IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) invites you to join an in-person roundtable meeting where industry, government agencies, and other stakeholders present and discuss possible solutions.

 

Please note that this roundtable is not a conference. Participants will be discussing ideas and making recommendations to help address challenges in the sensors industry.

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE:

 

Eligibility for Roundtable participation includes: A company may register up to two participants in senior positions, following the below guidelines:

  • Participants should have expertise in cybersecurity and/or interoperability
  • A business executive may attend and bring a technical representative

Please register your interest in participating, by completing the Interest Form at the top of this page.

DISCUSSION PLAN & APPROACH:

 

Major topics that will be discussed include:

  • Interoperability, cybersecurity, and conformity assessment
  • Implementations of emerging sensor standards
  • How to restore users' trust in product specifications

Roundtable Purpose and Outcome

  • Discuss industry needs and recommendations
  • The discussion will be guided by a white paper, identifying key interoperability challenges, cybersecurity issues, and recommended resolution
  • Define a path to interoperability and cybersecurity for IoT-enabled sensors
 
 

MEETING DETAILS:

 

Date: 14-15 September 2022

Location: AT&T Hotel and Conference Center, Austin, TX

 

Meals and refreshments will be provided.

 

View the Roundtable Agenda here.

 

View the Roundtable Prospectus here.

 

For more information or to learn about sponsorship opportunities, please email [email protected].

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Welcome Address

Steve Adler Headshot

Steve Adler

Mayor, City of Austin, Texas

Keynote Speaker

Sanjay Sarma Headshot

Sanjay Sarma

Former Vice President for Open Learning,

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sensors Roundtable Committee Members

Bruce Hecht Headshot

Bruce Hecht

Committee Chair

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Sridhar Kowdley Headshot

Sridhar Kowdley

Committee Chair

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Sri Chandra Headshot

Raymond Boncek

Lockheed Martin

Sri Chandra Headshot

Sri Chandra

IEEE

Julian Chang Headshot

Julian Chang

Boeing

Ravinder Dahiya Headshot

Ravinder Dahiya

IEEE Sensors Council

Kyoko Roberts Headshot

Brent Lunceford

Memstronics

Kyoko Roberts Headshot

Kyoko Roberts

Hitachi High-Tech America

Ravi Subramaniam Headshot

Ravi Subramaniam

IEEE

Ted Osinski Headshot

Ted Osinski

IEEE

 

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Co-Sponsors

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Supporters

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